Occupy Mars: The Game prologue has just launched on Steam for free

As of tomorrow (June 30), Pyramid Games will provide the free prologue of Occupy Mars: The Game that Occupy Mars is looking for. This is a survival game with an open world, in which the player’s task is to survive in a difficult environment and allow the colonization of the Red Planet.

To survive on Mars:

Occupy Mars: The Game takes us to the distant surface of the Red Planet, which we not only have to examine, but also prepare for colonization. Building functional base and maintaining its condition, discovering new technologies and their successful development or exploring uncharted territories are only a part of the activities that player will be tasked with. The Mars expedition brings as many possibilities, as threats. The biggest challenges for the players will be not only harsh climate and dangerous atmospheric abnormalities, but also the need to satisfy the basic life needs.

Among many peculiar Martian challenges, we will also have to find the right place to build a living space. Because of the extremely difficult living conditions, our base will require many repairs and upgrades. The colony which we are going to build needs to be precisely thought through. If we want to bring more people here – nothing can be missed.

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Improved prologue on 30 June 2020:

As part of the Steam Festival, which took place on June 16-22, a short demo of Occupy Mars: The Game, with a separate smaller story, was made available, the action of which takes place before the events in Occupy Mars: The Game. After the end of Steam Festival, the demo was replaced by an improved game prologue. The developers encourage everyone to test and test themselves in Mars conditions. Feedback collected from players will also help to complete and improve the full version of the game and plan its release.

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Occupy Mars: The Game will release in Steam Early Access later this year (2020).

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